The end is nigh for Google’s popular RSS newsfeed service. Thankfully, there are a number of good alternatives already available, including Digg and Feedly.
Whether you’re in a regional area or the city, finding the right web designer can be a daunting process.
You will need to balance the cost of developing an Android or iPhone app against the revenue it will generate to decide whether it’s a good investment.
Ideally, you should aim to use both forms of online marketing effectively.
There are a few things you need to do to optimise your website for iPads and Android tablets, including getting rid of any Flash-based animations.
With online advertising, as with anything else in business, you will only get out what you’re willing to put in.
With the number of iPhones, iPads and Android devices growing by the day, you really can’t afford to not have a great mobile site.
It’s time to do some research. You must find out what your consumers want, and what social networks such as Facebook will allow.
The secret is to make sure that your website is as simple for your customers to use as possible.
The real question is why you have a brand that doesn’t work across all media forms? Here are some key points you must investigate.
Blogging is like anything else you do in terms of marketing your business – if it’s not good quality, you’re wasting your time.
The first question you should ask yourself before creating any type of app is “why on Earth would anyone want to download this?”
The short answer is… no. In most cases, it takes time and money. But with a little patience, there are things you can do that will achieve results over time.